Bringing It Home cover

Bringing it home, Building a local economy for everyone

Volume
21
/ Issue
32

Cover Design Credit:

Anna Whitley
"A healthier economy would be one where everybody realizes that 'it is us' instead of waiting for a big company to come charging in on a white horse to create jobs." That's the word from Jane Hatley, who's organized the March 18 Bringing It Home conference.

arts

  • Smart bets: Boing Show benefit for Priya Ray

    -by Kat McReynolds
    Lack of mobility stemming from a debilitating spinal injury in 1999 has spurred Ray to raise funds to purchase a wheelchair-accessible van — an asset that would enable her continued…
  • Smart bets: Pan Harmonia Sonata Series

    -by Kat McReynolds
    The group presents the third of four 2015 Sonata Series programs, reuniting Pan Harmonia co-founder and former Ashevillean Liz Austin with several musical colleagues from her past.
  • River Whyless lets listeners in with new EP

    -by Alli Marshall
    “I feel like we’re ambassadors out there,” says singer and guitarist Ryan O’Keefe. “I love to say it on the microphone. The reaction is always like, ‘You’re from Asheville? I…
  • Local press Orison Books launches its first publication

    -by Rich Rennicks
    On March 3, the first book from new publishing house, Orison Books — “a nonprofit literary press that focuses on work that engages the life of the spirit — goes…
  • Smart bets: Chuck Brodsky

    -by Kat McReynolds
    Americana singer-songwriter Chuck Brodsky swapped formal education for a musical pursuit all his own. Now, 11 albums later, the pianist-turned-guitarist has mastered the art of adorning his lyrical tales with…
  • Tiger Mountain brings garage, surf and psych-rock to downtown

    -by Edwin Arnaudin
    Long popular in indie havens like Austin, Texas, garage, surf and psych are now enjoying an upswing across the country. Teaming with Asheville booking agents Onward Indian Touring, Tiger Mountain…
  • Smart bets: Vio/Miré

    -by Alli Marshall
    The project is that of sometimes soloist, sometimes bandleader Brendan Glasson, who shrinks and grows his lineup as needed to support his sweetly melancholic and orchestral songs.
  • Different Strokes! tackles domestic abuse in From Ashes To Angel’s Dust

    -by Jeff Messer
    Different Strokes! Performing Arts Collective has never shied away from uncomfortable themes. In the last five years, the group brought activism to the stage while making a distinct impact on…

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